Aliens try to take over the world in Yggdrasil’s Reptoids

All is not what is seems at Yggdrasil Gaming, thanks to the launch of its 1960s inspired extra terrestrial slot Reptoids.

Aliens will become exposed in top Government positions in this latest title, which evokes conspiracy theories of the time, and hopes to provide players with an engaging story line alongside its ‘old school graphics.’

A Repto Detector feature is also introduced in the slot, featuring a scanner which has the possibility of hitting high paying symbols, if this occurrence comes to life all similar symbols on all reels turn wild.

One further feature for players to embrace is the potential for a scatter symbol to land in the detector field, a free spin mode will be triggered if this does take place, producing an increased chance for big wins as a result.

Jonas Strandman, Head of Slots at Yggdrasil Gaming, said: “We are very happy with how we’ve combined the Reptoids’ concept and mechanics into a perfect fit, which makes gameplay both intuitive and easy to follow for newcomers.

“Seasoned slot players will also appreciate the strong chance of big wins in the base game.

“We must also mention the game’s thrilling trailer, which showcases the high-quality we aim for in our everlasting quest to offer a first-class experience in all our slots.”

Reptoids has launched on iSENSE 2.0+, Yggdrasil’s HTML client framework, and will also be able to take advantage of it’s Brag and Boost tools.

Brag will give users the chance to replay winning spins and share them with friends and fans on social media, while it will also be backed up by Boost, a collection of in game promotional tools.

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